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Chapter�1.�Welcome to the KDE User Guide

This User Guide aims to provide an overview of the entire KDE experience. We assume here that you have a standard, working installation of a complete KDE desktop environment, and the accompanying packages. This book should be your first point of reference for any simple KDE configuration question, or to find out how to perform a common task.

What this book aims to be

The first place to look and a one stop shop for all questions you have regarding your KDE experience.

A Quick Start Guide to commonly performed tasks - In most cases, you do not need to know the details of how to configure every option in an application, in order to get down to work. You will find step-by-step guides which will work in most common situations, along with links to sources of further information in case you have any problems.

There are also some tips and tricks showing you the most useful and impressive features of KDE, and ways to save you time and effort.




 
 
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